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headed, past participle; heading, present participle; headed, past tense; heads, 3rd person singular present;
  1. Be in the leading position on
    • - the Palm Sunday procession was headed by the crucifer
  2. Be in charge of
    • - an organizational unit headed by a line manager
    • - she headed up the Centennial program
  3. Give a title or caption to
    • - an article headed “The Protection of Human Life.”
  4. Having a printed heading, typically the name and address of a person or organization
    • - headed notepaper
  5. Move in a specified direction
    • - he was heading for the exit
    • - we were headed in the wrong direction
  6. Appear to be moving inevitably toward (something, esp. something undesirable)
    • - the economy is heading for recession
  7. Direct or steer in a specified direction
    • - she headed the car toward them
  8. Shoot or pass (the ball) with the head
    • - a corner kick that he headed into the net
  9. Lop off the upper part or branches of (a plant or tree)

  10. (of a lettuce or cabbage) Form a head

  1. having a heading or course in a certain direction; "westward headed wagons"
  2. having a head of a specified kind or anything that serves as a head; often used in combination; "headed bolts"; "three-headed Cerberus"; "a cool-headed fighter pilot"
  3. of leafy vegetables; having formed into a head; "headed cabbages"
  4. (heading) a line of text serving to indicate what the passage below it is about; "the heading seemed to have little to do with the text"
  5. (heading) bearing: the direction or path along which something moves or along which it lies
  6. (heading) drift: a horizontal (or nearly horizontal) passageway in a mine; "they dug a drift parallel with the vein"
  7. (Heading (metalworking)) Heading is a metalworking process which incorporates the extruding and upsetting process. It is often performed in the cold state, resulting in cold working.
  8. (heading) The title or topic of a document, article, chapter etc; The direction into which a seagoing or airborne vessel's bow is pointing (apparent heading) and/or the direction into which it is actually moving relative to the ground (true heading)
  9. (Heading) The direction an aircraft, skydiver, or parachute is facing. The ability to recognize and maintain heading is crucial to jumping with others successfully. "On" or "off" heading are terms commonly used to describe exits and deployments. ...
  10. (Heading) The upsetting of wire, rod, or bar stock in dies to form parts that usually contain portions that are greater in cross-sectional area than the original wire, rod, or bar.
  11. Heading represents the direction that one actually wants to go irrespective of the direction of the bearing or each waypoint. This is because sometimes you can’t go directly to the destination due to natural or any other reasons that forces you in following a zigzag path. ...
  12. (heading) The actual course of the vessel at any given time.
  13. (Heading) When the dog moves in front of the stock to turn them. In Australia "heading" is the same as fetching or gathering, or bringing the animals to the handler.
  14. (Heading) The top part of a curtain or drape extending above the rod.
  15. (Heading) The text found inside HTML heading sections is accounted by most search engine algorithm to ordered web pages suitably in their query results.
  16. (Heading) Using one's head to score, pass or control the ball.
  17. (Heading) A preferred name or term. Types of heading include proper name headings (which may be called identifiers), subject headings, and descriptors.
  18. (heading) A paragraph style that is displayed in a typeface larger than normal text. The size of a heading is related to its level: Heading 1 is the largest, Heading 2, the next largest, and so on. Use headings to provide names or titles for text paragraphs or entire pages.
  19. (heading) The direction one is traveling.
  20. (Heading) The top part of drapery that accommodates the pleats. The heading can vary in depth, but the most common are 1, 2 and 3".
  21. (HEADING (or HEADER)) A piece of heavy material, usually canvas or double-ply bunting, along the hoist edge of a flag, into which a rope is sewn as the hoistline, or into which grommets are inserted to facilitate the hoisting of a flag (see also ‘sleeve’, ‘hoistline’ and ‘grommet 1)’ and ‘hoist ...
  22. (HEADING) A word, or phrase placed at the top of a catalog entry or index to indicate some special aspect of the material such as author, subject, title, etc.
  23. (Heading) (título): Learn more
  24. (Heading) A classification that any given resource may have. In the wine demo, the heading "White Zinfandel" (in the facet "Varietal") applies to the Beringer 2000 White Zinfandel, and applies to other wines as well.
  25. (Heading) A heavy-duty, usually white color, folded stripe of fabric extending the whole length of one side of a flag or banner. It is sewn onto the side of the flag and used to secure the flag to the rope line of a flagpole. This is where the grommets are placed for displaying.